The "Plaza de América" of Seville is a place of great beauty on the southern edge of the Parque de María Luisa. It consists of wonderful gardens, roundles and buildings built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition.
The "Miguel de Cervantes" and "Rodríguez Marín" roundels are the most representative; on them we can admire the different streams with his most famous works. In the middle of the square is a pretty pond surrounded by pillars. These columns are connected to light balloons. On them are winged depictions of the "Victoria", created by Manuel Delgado Brackembury and Lorenzo Coullaut Valera.
The square is flanked by the "Pabellón Real", the "Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares" and the "Museo Arqueológico". The buildings were designed by the architect Aníbal González for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition.
Location: Plaza América, 3, 41013 Seville
The Plaza de América is a rectangular square in Maria Luis Park. Thanks to its dimensions and shape, it can be used ideally for cocktails, both on spring days and during a summer night, and also for product presentations in front of a large audience.
The "Plaza de América" can also be used for sports events or cultural events, such as exhibitions, concerts or product or service presentations.
The course seats up to 1,000 guests and has several public parking spaces in the area. The central part of the square is accessible to disabled guests.
Consorcio Turismo de Sevilla (Administration)
Paseo Alcalde Marqués de Contadero s / n
Telephone: +34 955 471 265
Office hours: 09:00 - 14:00